Skip to main content
Smallest Full Moon of Year March 5
Native Rockers in Spotlight at SXSW
Keystone XL Override Fails
Tribes Bringing Internet to Remote Homes
Partnering for Conservation Benefits
AMERIND to Host Golf Fundraiser
Whales of Noepe Remain Important
Teaching Tribes How to Govern
Nuu-chah-nulth Lose Herring Court Battle
Why Feminism Matters in Indian Country
Leading the People Away From Abuse
Permanent Housing Key for DV Survivors
Quinault & Claimed Right of Domination
Comcast Makes PSAs About Real Natives
Syrian Civil War Linked to Climate
Mother Earth vs. Father Greed
Native Student Introduces Jill Biden
Lakota Youth Reject Keystone XL Pipeline
Cherokee Nation Applauds ICWA Revisions
Champions for Change Honors Native Youth
Thing About Skins
Video: Meet Canoe Skipper Doug Chilton
Tlingit artist Doug Chilton is the leader of the One People Canoe Society. His job as a canoe skipper is to motivate people to pull together...
Haida Master Carver and Students Restoring Ocean-Going Canoe
An ocean-going canoe carved in 2004 by Haida master carver Saaduuts Peele and students at Pinehurst K-8 School in Seattle is being restored...
Extinct No More! Explore the Revived Eyak Language
It has been more than five years since the last Native born speaker of Alaska’s Eyak Indian language passed away...
Jubilation Incarnate: Watch Sealaska’s Celebration 2014 Honor Alaska Native Heritage
The crowd of 2,000 danced, jingled and drummed their way to Juneau’s Centennial Hall Wednesday evening for Celebration 2014. And that was just the dancers...
Free College Education! Sealaska Issues 367 Scholarships
Sealaska has awarded $468,000 in scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year. Since its inception Sealaska has directed more than $12 million towards scholarships...
Alaska Wildfire Burns 182,000 Acres, Bigger Than Chicago, on Kenai Peninsula
Fire continued to sweep the Kenai Peninsula on May 27, surpassing 182,000 acres, an area larger than Chicago...
Alaska Natives and First Nations Unite to Fight Mining Threat to Salmon Habitat
It has become an all-too-familiar story: Pristine waters. Salmon habitat. Sacred significance. Mining...
Alaska Moves to Officially Recognize 20 Native Languages
A bill passed by the Alaska state legislature has conferred official status upon 20 Native languages , making them -- for the most part, symbolically -- as valid as English in the ...
Remembering and Recovering From Good Friday Disasters in Alaska
A hush may fall over the Native villages of Alaska’s Prince William Sound today as people remember twin tragedies that devastated the area on Good Friday...
Native History: Earthquake Devastates Native Village of Chenega
This Date in Native History: On March 27, 1964, the strongest earthquake in American history, measuring 9.2 on the Richter scale, shook southern Alaska, killing an initial 15 peopl...
Page 4 of 15